Feng shui consultant in Valletta, Malta. Feng shui of Valletta and Malta.
As a feng shui consultant, I’ve evaluated the feng shui of Valletta and Malta as well as home and businesses of Malta. Valletta (or Il-Belt) is the small capital of the Mediterranean island nation of Malta that basks in the year-round sun. The walled city was established in the 1500s on a peninsula by the Knights of St. John, a Roman Catholic order. Valletta is known for grand churches, museums, and palaces. One key landmark is the Baroque St. John’s Co-Cathedral, whose rich in gilt interior houses the Caravaggio, brutally realistic masterpiece ‘The Beheading of Saint John.’ Let’s look at feng shui of Valetta and Malta in more detail.
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The Maltese archipelago occupies the centre of the Mediterranean, with Malta 93km south of Sicily and 288km north of Africa and consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino with a total population of 475,000 inhabitants over an area of 316sq km and a coastline of 196.8km (not including 56.01km for the island of Gozo). Malta is the biggest island and the cultural, commercial and administrative centre of the country. Gozo is the second biggest island and is more agricultural, with fishing, crafts and tourism. Comino is mainly uninhabited. The weather is mostly sunny here, and with nice beaches and nightclubs, tourism is on the main industries here.
Valletta and spiritual feng shui
Valletta is and looks very spiritual and religious. There are many churches, almost on every street (365 churches on Malta and Gozo). Also, houses are decorated with angels, saints, virgin Mary, and Jesus statues. St. John’s Co-Cathedral is positioned on the highest point in Valletta, a perfect place to meditate or pray.
Malta – the centre of Atlantis?
Some researchers name Malta as the centre of Atlantis because here in Malta there is evidence of the highly developed civilization that abruptly and almost entirely disappeared under water.
History and predecessor energy
The natural moat around Valletta offers natural protection for original settlers, the Knights of Malta, who settled here 450 years ago. Malta has a rich history with numerous people and conquerors. The architecture of Malta ranges from mysterious ancient temples and churches to wonderful Baroque cathedrals and new postmodern buildings.
Water element (shui)
The water element is very present in Malta, with the surrounding sea. The tap water is desalinated sea water. You can cruise across the harbour onboard a dghajsa or traditional Maltese gondola and stop at the dome-studded city of Birgu which was the official knight’s official place.
Air element (feng)
Because Malta is a small island, the quality of the air is very good.
The earth element
Valletta is built with calcite, which creates a very interesting vibration and frequency. Calcite eases emotional stress, encourages calmness and a sense of tranquillity. Also, calcite helps and boosts trust in oneself and the capacity to overcome difficulties and problems. In crystal healing, calcite cleanses and balances, as well as energises all chakras.
Energy of Malta
Malta has a good energy with its Mediterranean climate, the year-round sun which is mild during winter and hot in the summer (much hotter in the inland areas). Rain happens mainly in autumn and winter, with summer starting generally dry.
Food and drink
Malta, surrounded by the Mediterranean, is in a great location for healthy produce and lifestyle. Naturally, food and eating are a big part of life here. Local trattorias serve Italian infused food and homemade goat’s cheese, rabbit stew, a traditional Maltese dish and local Cabernet.
Energy flow in Valletta
Renzo Piano (designed Shard in London), designed City Gate inspired by Maltese architecture which offers a meeting place, open-air theatre which attract activity and channels the buzz of city walls, palazzos and churches. Meander through alleyways and passages of Valletta to discover colourful locations as a multitude of shops, bars and eateries. The main traffic flow happens on Republic Street which is largely pedestrianised avenue of shops and cafes running between Fort St Elmo (where Ottomans were repelled in 1565) and City Gate.
Landmarks in Valletta
The first grand hotel, open in 1947, is Phoenicia, a glamours art deco styled with tropical gardens and classical columns (does a delicious afternoon tea) with its views of the old city of Valletta and tiny glimpses of the harbour.
Visit Upper Barrakka Gardens to watch cannons blast the Noon Day Gun salute which is an old fisherman’s ritual and panoramic views of the harbour.
Feng shui of Malta
Malta has a rich, 7000-year history, with numerous and timeless Megalithic temples and sites (such as Ggantija, the oldest freestanding temple in the world, the underground St Paul’s and St. Agatha’s catacombs and The Knights of St. John’s sites) – the predecessor energy can be seen and felt everywhere.
Malta is truly mythic with megaliths, medieval dungeons and Calypso’s Cave. The towns and villages are full of Renaissance cathedrals and Baroque palaces and history. The countryside is scattered with the oldest known human structures in the world.
Alchemical history of Malta
Some researchers suggest that the Knights of St. John have inherited the alchemical secrets and traditions from their former rivals in Outremer, the Knights of the Temple. For example, two of Renaissance alchemists, George Ripley and Cagliostro, claimed to have been taught the inner secret by the Knights of St. John on Malta, the world’s best alchemical training centre with Malta’s megalithic temples and chamber. The big question is who were “giants” who built the temples and vaults of Neolithic Malta? Does Malta offer an insight into the spiritual perspectives of Europe’s original geomancers?
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Malta’s sacred sites
There are many sacred sites in Malta, including the world-famous ancient underground ‘Hypogeum’ temple and the ‘Tarxien’ prehistoric temples and other goddesses sites. It looks like the Maltese were believers in fertility rituals focused around the existence of several hundred discoveries of large-bodied ‘mother goddess’ statuettes, such as the ‘sleeping lady’ or ‘Sleeping Mother’.
The Hypogeum of Ħal Saflieni (‘underground’ in Greek), is a prehistoric underground cave system of temples dating to the Saflieni period (3300-3000 BC) – the only one in the world and is located in Paola, Malta. It became a necropolis in prehistoric times after it was a sanctuary. The Oracle Room has powerful acoustic resonance properties and is elaborately painted with spirals in red ochre with circular spots.
Malta and Gozo were important places where ‘medical cures’ were performed in many sanctuaries and thaumaturgic centres, surrounded by the healing goddess and deities.
Ggantija is one of the most magnificent power places with 5000-year-old Goddess temple, one of the oldest freestanding stone structure in the world, with beautiful cyclopean design, meaningful southeast direction and mystical spirals carved in the rocks.
Mdina – mountain highs
Mdina, nicknamed the Silent City is a very peaceful (mdina = city in Arabic), 1300 years old fortress built on Malta’s tallest peak is full or regal limestone villas with few residents that Vatican City. Mdina was the original capital of Malta, for centuries before Valletta was built.
Malta’s sister island, Gozo, is very popular with divers and snorkellers who come here from all over the world to swim in it’s highly visible, very warm and pristine waters as well as for wrecks, caves, rocky coves. Mgarr ix-Xini and Xwejni Bay are must visit where you can feel the chi of the area.
Victoria fortress and the spectacular, Baroque, limestone cathedral which have been recently restored offering 360-degree views of the coast. Victoria’s meandering medieval streets, free of cars are a great way to feel the flow of the place.
Ta’ Pinu is worth a visit to enjoy the view west of Victoria, is the sacred site which is said to have miraculous powers. Or stay with another almost religious or spiritual experience – the uplifting Maltese sunset, complimented with grappa or limoncello in an outdoor cafe-bar.
From the mythical perspective, Gozo is also the island of the mythical Calypso, who lured Ullyses to stay with her on this paradise island as told in Homer’s ‘Odyssey’.
Feng shui consultants in Valletta, Malta
Google search revealed that there are not many feng shui consultants in Valletta and Malta. So if you live in Valletta or anywhere in Malta and are looking for a feng shui consultant feel free to call/text/Whatsapp me on +44 7956 288574 for a quote for feng shui consultation for your home or workplace. I’d be happy to travel to Malta or to do a remote feng shui consultation via Skype / FaceTime or Whatsapp. Email me